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Amazon.com has Cooler Master HAF XB EVO Computer Case (RC-902XB-KKN2) on sale for $76.25 - $20 Rebate = $56.25. Shipping is free. Thanks jm92
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Luckily I sold mine to my co-worker for $60 a month and a half ago. Great case, solid metal, great airflow, it can be tricky to install the two 80mm bottom drive fans.
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HAF are great cases but this is a bit .. way too big for me.
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Great case, current used in my main rig. plenty of air flow results in excellent air cooling. Comes with two 120mm intake fans that are a bit loud when cranked up. I installed a 200mm fan on the top, outside of the case- - - if you have a tall cpu cooler, there will not be enough clearance. Takes full size psu, small form factor psu will not fit the mounting bracket and you end up obstructing the psu fan. Learned that the hard way...

The good: price, airflow, construction, cable management, functionality...
The bad: can't think of one. Loud fans maybe. Look for the $10 noctua fan deals for replacement.
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HAF are great cases but this is a bit .. way too big for me.
This has wider dimensions than your average case, and is meant for tinkering with the internals of your computer more often as a workbench.

Being shorter also makes it easier to stow away somewhere if necessary.

They advertise portability, and it is really easy to move around, but I'd say it's a bit on the bigger side of a lan gaming box.
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That's definitely not an htpc case but a solid workbench/desktop rig case.
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I was looking at this hard before getting a Meshify C instead. Still so tempted!
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What would you use this for? Isn't almost every HTPC solution Raspberry Pi, FireStick, or some other small device? I have a PC from several years ago that is my designated HTPC, but really everything I run on it would likely work from a Raspberry Pi.
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As long as you're okay with the footprint of this case it's awesome. Plenty of room, horizontal design means your graphics cards don't sag. Fits the Noctua nh-d15 with ease or it can fit a 240mm radiator in the front and a 120mm radiator in the rear. It's super solid, and heavy. Not what I would want to haul to a LAN but it does have sturdy handles. I guess it's limited in the number of 3.5'' and 5.25'' bays so that's something to consider. The cable management is excellent. Overall it's an awesome case to work in or use as a test bench.
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ive always used towers when building a desktop, is there anything i should look for when building in this case?
im looking into moving the innards of that HP 580 Gaming Computer deal into this case and upgrading the power supply

specs on that computer
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As long as you're okay with the footprint of this case it's awesome. Plenty of room, horizontal design means your graphics cards don't sag. Fits the Noctua nh-d15 with ease or it can fit a 240mm radiator in the front and a 120mm radiator in the rear. It's super solid, and heavy. Not what I would want to haul to a LAN but it does have sturdy handles. I guess it's limited in the number of 3.5'' and 5.25'' bays so that's something to consider. The cable management is excellent. Overall it's an awesome case to work in or use as a test bench.
Same to same. Housing my main rig atm. Is under the desk but is so wide that half sticks out from under desk. Even better so I don't have to crawl under to do stuff in the back.
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I loved this case, but AIO coolers had a tight fit with the tubing.
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I absolutely love this case. I got mine for 90$ if I remember correctly. My only complaint is that the intake/outtake grills are hard to apply airfilters to. There's a ridiculous amount of storage bays in this thing, with a huge amazing bonus for probably the best hotswappable drive bays that I've ever seen in my shopping for a case.
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